Dhaka Metropolitan Police Commissioner Khandaker Golam Faruq today said although militancy has not been completely eradicated from the country, it is under control
On the seventh anniversary of the devastating Holey Artisan Bakery attack that occurred on July 1, 2016, ambassadors and diplomats from various foreign missions came together to pay their respects.
The Western-style café in the posh neighbourhood of Gulshan-2 had still a thin crowd after the break of the day's fast. Amid the stillness, guests started arriving at the two-storey eatery, a favourite for expatriates and Bangladeshis alike
A brutal militant attack claimed 22 lives, including nine Italians, seven Japanese, three Bangladeshis and an Indian at Holey Artisan Cafe in Dhaka's Gulshan on 1 July 2016
Slated to run till April 19, 2023, the exhibition also has abstract paintings in bright colors and letters inspired from love and compassion that is extended towards Faraaz Ayaaz Hossain, by the people he has left behind.
Stumbling across a post on the meaning of “Faraaz”, I was taken aback by the qualities attributed to this name – “someone full of love”, one who “creates balance and harmony for anyone lucky enough to be called his friend”.
The operation “Storm 26” in the capital's Kalyanpur last year was a turning point for law enforcers as documents seized at a “Neo JMB” den there and information gathered subsequently helped law enforcers fight back against the country's rising terror network, counterterrorism officials said.
A Dhaka court asks the Counter Terrorism and Transnational Crime (CTTC) unit of Dhaka Metropolitan Police to submit by August 27 the probe report of the case filed over Holey Artisan Bakery attack in Gulshan of Dhaka.
Militant outfit "Neo JMB leader" Jahangir Hossain alias Rajib Gandhi, also a plotter of Holey Artisan Café attack, was placed on a six-day remand yesterday in another case filed against him under the Anti-Terrorism Act.